Treatment begins in the First Stage Residential Program, where you live in a safe and secure environment with a small group of other men who are also working toward recovering from addiction. This first stage introduces you to a lifestyle where recovery is embraced, and sobriety maintained. You’ll spend each day engaging in a structured recovery program that will teach you a variety of tools you can use to cope with all aspects of life without the use of alcohol or drugs.Read more
The Second Stage Transitional Program is a transitional process for those who have completed the First Stage Residential Program. It’s for those men who already have sobriety, yet still desire to take time in a semi-structured environment to become stronger in recovery before going back to their home environment. This is an excellent next step for those who are ready to get back to work or school, yet still want the structure and security that a recovery program provides.Read more
The Third Stage Transitional Program is for those men who have completed the Second Stage Program. As a long-term sober living home in a residential community, this program is great for those men who have jobs or attend school, yet aren’t quite ready to live independently. The homes are clean, safe, and comfortable. It’s much like the Second Stage Program, but it’s geared more for those who desire to stay long-term. The amount of time will vary from person to person.Read more
We have a list of qualified, licensed interventionists who can assist you in navigating the complex environment that comes with a person struggling with addiction. These professionals are trained in interventions, recovery coaching and consultation. With their help, you can develop a plan of action together that will work best for you and the person you are trying to assist. This plan may or may not include the person going to treatment.Read more
Finding the right alcohol or drug treatment program for you is a process that matters. Oftentimes, people choose a program based solely on the cost, perhaps because of lack of funds. Others look more toward a treatment program that’s more private and/or offers more luxurious services.
There’s no right or wrong on the matter. It’s whatever someone desires.Read more
Unfortunately, opioid addiction has increased over the past decade. Prescription, synthetic, and illegal forms of opioids are to blame here. It is important to combat this type of addiction with a more unique and personalized approach.
The good news is that there are many programs designed specifically for opioid-addicted people. Get in touch with Into Action Recovery Society. Let our opioid addiction professionals help you get free!Read more
Getting addicted to prescription drugs is easy. It often happens when prescription medications are misused, however, there are a lot of cases when medications are taken properly as prescribed by a doctor and yet a person still becomes addicted. These medications can be anti-anxiety pills, pain medications, or stimulants.
It is important to get help as soon as possible.Read more
You probably know that codeine is an ingredient in cough syrup, as it is considered to be a great cough suppressant. When taken as prescribed, codeine does a good job by helping you feel less pain. However, codeine is considered to be an addictive drug – especially if you misuse or abuse it.
Though it may not be as strong as opioids like oxycodone, fentanyl, or morphine, it is still addictive.Read more
When alcohol consumption has become a problem, finding an effective treatment program is important.
You may have found some success for a short period of time, but sooner or later you started drinking again and it started to get out of control. We at Into Action Recovery Society are committed to helping every person get free from alcohol addiction and go on to create the kind of life that they truly desire. We work at the core level of the disease of addiction, using evidence-based, effective resources, and tools.Read more
Benzodiazepines are prescribed medications that treat anxiety, sleep disorders, and more.
They are also prescribed to help those who are detoxing from alcohol. You may have heard of them referred to as tranquillizers or sedatives. With the rate of anxiety at an all-time high, doctors find themselves prescribing benzos at fairly high rates. However, they are also quite addictive, especially if you abuse them.Read more
Fentanyl is the most addictive opioid around. If you or your loved one are struggling with fentanyl addiction, know that you’re not alone. Into Action is here to help however we can. The path of recovery may seem like a long battle. We assure you that with the right professional support, you can get free from the cycle of addiction and go on to create the kind of life you truly desire.Read more
Vicodin is a common prescription drug. Although it can be helpful in reducing moderate or severe physical pain, it is also among the class of opioid medications that act as a central nervous system depressant. Vicodin is highly addictive. Those who take Vicodin long-term or abuse the drug for the desired effects have a high chance of becoming addicted. Contact Into Action Recovery Society today!Read more
OxyContin is a prescription drug used to help with mild to severe physical pain. It falls into the opioid drug classification. Generally, OxyContin is a form of extended-release oxycodone.
According to the FDA, it is a controlled substance due to its high risk of addiction.Read more
Cocaine is considered to be one of the most addictive and powerful drugs. Although, in general, not all people become addicted, it does happen quite often.
Learn more about cocaine addiction, common symptoms of addiction, and possible treatments. You don’t have to continue to struggle with cocaine addiction alone.Read more
Crack cocaine is one of the most addictive drugs out there. Most people become addicted to this drug very quickly.
Even if you only use crack one time, you can become highly addicted to it. Learn more about crack addiction and get help as soon as possible. Contact us today and get help!Read more
Most of us can feel anxious at times and it’s completely normal. However, undue amounts of anxiety that keep you stuck inside or living in fear can be a warning sign that you’re struggling with a social anxiety disorder.
Learn more about Social Anxiety Disorder, its symptoms, and possible treatments. Get in touch with us!Read more
Holistic recovery is a topic that is increasing in interest, as holism is a philosophy concept that focuses on the person as a whole, including mind, body, and spirit. Holistic rehabs can help people get free from their addictions without just focusing on abstinence. It also emphasizes growing mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Learn more about a holistic recovery approach.Read more
What is a dual diagnosis? It simply means that one is struggling with two (dual) issues – a substance abuse disorder and a mental health disorder.
There is a correlation between the two. Many people struggling with an addiction, also struggle with mental health issues.Read more
There are so many people in alcohol or drug rehabs who struggle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
This condition oftentimes helps them make sense of the way they’ve been suffering through life, as well as turning to alcohol or drugs in the first place.Read more